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WIN A 5% SHARE IN A TONY MCEVOY COLT FROM THE MAGIC MILLIONS

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WIN A 5% SHARE IN A TONY MCEVOY COLT

FROM THE

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MAGIC MILLIONS

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How to Enter

1. Register an account with BetEasy HERE

2. Log in to your BetEasy account

3. Place a bet on any Gold Coast race that results on Saturday, 12 January

4. You’ll be entered into the draw to win!

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CLICK HERE TO WIN A MAGIC MILLIONS YEARLING

Prize Details

1. Win 5% ownership of the selected Tony McEvoy yearling purchased from the 2019 Magic Millions Yearling sales

2. Includes 2 years of complimentary training fees

3. Full ownerships rights included

Winners will be notified on Friday, 18 January

Excludes ACT, NSW and SA.

 

Terms & Conditions

Competition Period

1. The Competition entry commences at 9.00am AEST on Thursday, 3 January 2019 and entries close at midnight AEST on Saturday 12 January 2019 (Competition Period).

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CLICK HERE TO WIN A MAGIC MILLIONS YEARLING

 

Eligibility

1. The Competition is open to BetEasy customers, who reside in Victoria, Tasmania,Northern Territory, Western Australia and Queensland, are compliant with the BetEasy Terms and Conditions and are not excluded from wagering with BetEasy (Eligible Participant).

2. Residents of NSW, SA, and A.C.T are ineligible to enter. If, for whatever reason, a NSW, SA, or A.C.T. resident is able to enter the competition, they will be ineligible to win any prizes.

3. You must be at least 18 years of age in order to be a BetEasy customer and therefore an Eligible Participant.

4. Employees of BetEasy and their immediate families are ineligible to enter.

 

Competition Entries

1. In order to enter the Competition, an Eligible Participant must: Place a real money bet on any race at Gold Coast that results on January 12, 2019.

CLICK HERE TO WIN A MAGIC MILLIONS YEARLING

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Determination of winners

1. Eligible Entrants are those customers to have place a bet on a Gold Coast thoroughbred race that results on January 12, 2019. A winner will be drawn from all Eligible Entrants by an automated randomiser at 16:00 on 16 January, 2019 at Level 27, 120 Collins Street, Melbourne.

CLICK HERE TO WIN A MAGIC MILLIONS YEARLING

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Prize

1. The winner will receive a 5% share in a Tony McEvoy purchased yearling at the Magic Millions sale in 2019.

2. The yearling will be pre-selected and all details will be provided to the winner on 18 January, 2019.

3. All training fees are complementary WIN A MAGIC MILLIONS YEARLING: CLICK HERE as part of the prize and will be covered by BetEasy for the first two years from the time of the yearling being purchased.

4. After two years, the winner will then assume all costs involved with the maintenance of the purchased yearling.

 

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CLICK HERE TO WIN A MAGIC MILLIONS YEARLING

General

1. This is a game of chance. Winner will be drawn by an automated randomiser at 16:00 on 16 January, 2019 at Level 27, 120 Collins Street, Melbourne.

2. Ownership in the horse will be subject to the terms of the contract(s) the winner must enter into and/or agree to in order to accept the prize, including (but not limited to) relating to the winner’s rights and obligations as an owner, and contract(s) with the trainer. Such contracts will be provided to the winner after the prize draw.

3. In order to accept the prize, the winner must sign all necessary documentation and contracts in order to take ownership in the horse. Details will be provided to the winner after the prize draw.

4. The winner is required to accept the prize by 1 February 2019. Should the winner not accept the prize, a secondary draw will be completed on 4 February 2019.

5. Information on how to enter and prizes form part of these Terms and Conditions.

6. The result of the Competition is final and no further correspondence will be entered into.

7. BetEasy reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of entries and identification details of all Eligible Participants (including identity, age and place of residence) and disqualify any entry that is not submitted in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.

8. Only one (1) entry is permitted per Person / household / IP address / computer. Multiple entries from the same Person / household /IP address / computer are to be deemed invalid.

9. The Competition is intended for bona fide participants and it is a requirement that all entrants act in good faith at all times.

10. If for any reason this promotion is not capable of running as planned, whether caused by infection by computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud, technical failures, or any other cause beyond BetEasy’s control which corrupt or affect the administration, security, fairness or integrity of the promotion, subject always to State regulations, BetEasy reserves the right to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the promotion.

11. BetEasy collects personal information in order to conduct the Competition, and may, for this purpose, disclose such information to third parties, including but not limited to agents, contractors, service providers, prize suppliers and, as required, to Australian regulatory authorities. Entry is conditional on providing this information.

12. Available to BetEasy account holders registered in Australia or New Zealand only, excluding residents in NSW, SA, and A.C.T. If, for whatever reason, a NSW, SA, or A.C.T. resident is able to enter the competition, they will be ineligible to win any prizes.

13. BetEasy accepts no responsibility whatsoever for system or connection problems that might affect any end user during any of these promotions.

14. BetEasy and its affiliates and subsidiaries, or any of their employees, officers or directors shall not be liable for any damages howsoever arising as a result of a participant’s or winner’s participation in an event or any such modification, alteration, discontinuance or termination of any tournament, and any such liability shall be borne solely and exclusively by the participant or winner, as the case may be.

15. By entering the Competition, entrants will be deemed to have accepted these terms & conditions.

16. The Promoter is BetEasy Pty Ltd (ACN 162 554 707), Level 27, 120 Collins St, Melbourne, 3000

CLICK HERE TO WIN A MAGIC MILLIONS YEARLING

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MAGIC MILLIONS: PICK OWN ODDS ON ALL 9 RACES + ENHANCED ODDS

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MAGIC MILLIONS – PICK YOUR OWN ODDS (ALL 9 RACES)

Pick your own odds at the Magic Millions.

It’s glitzy, it’s glamourous, it’s on the Gold Coast. You guessed it: The Magic Millions is back. With a competitive field racing for their share of $2 million in prize money and the chance to run in the Group 1 Golden Slipper Stakes, the 2019 Magic Millions Classic is set to be one of the best races this summer.

Punters, what better way to get amongst the action than picking your own odds? Choose your desired horse and price, and we’ll instantly calculate the margin your horse needs to win by for you to get paid out at your chosen price. This market is available for every race at the 2019 Magic Millions.

Head to MAGIC MILLIONS PICK YOUR OWN ODDS: http://bit.ly/MillionsPickYourOwnOdds and pick your own odds now.

MAGIC MILLIONS: PICK YOUR OWN ODDS ON ALL 9 RACES

 

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BET HERE> RACE: 1

BET HERE> RACE: 2

BET HERE> RACE: 3

BET HERE> RACE: 4

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Sprint to oblivion? Breeding selections pose threat to hardy Thoroughbred stayers

Sprint to oblivion?

Breeding selections pose threat to hardy Thoroughbred stayers

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In Australia, where there is an emphasis on early two-year old speed, there were almost twice as many C:C horses among elite race winners in the population compared to Europe and North America (46% compared to 26% and 28%) and there were almost seven times as many C:Cs as T:Ts within the Australian population.

 

(LITTLE WONDER WE CAN PRODUCE SOME OF THE GREAT SPRINTERS OF THE MODERN ERA, WITH SO MANY C:C HORSES BRED IN AUSTRALIA, BUT THIS ALSO CLEARLY EXPLAINS WHY WE CANNOT PRODUCE HIGH QUALITY STAYING HORSES IN THIS COUNTRY. WINX ISN’T A STAYER EITHER BEFORE YOU GO FOR THAT ARGUMENT, SHE’S A MILER / MILE & A 1/4 HORSE. YES SHE WON A 2200M GROUP 1 QLD OAKS, BUT THAT WAS ON SHEER CLASS, AGAINST A WEAK FIELD, NOT ON STAYING ABILITY. TRUE STAYERS HAVE TO BE ABLE TO RUN 2400M-3200M+ IN A STRONG FASHION. OUR RACES DON’T CATER FOR STAYERS EVEN IF THEY DID – THE RACES WOULD BE FULL OF HACKS WHO CAN’T WIN ANY QUALITY OF RACES, SIMILAR TO WHAT BECOMES OF FLAT HORSES WHO FAIL THEN TURN TO JUMPING IN AUSTRALIA, OUR LOCAL BREEDING INDUSTRY DOESN’T BREED STAYERS, THEY BREED THE “C:C HORSES” AS MENTIONED IN THIS ARTICLE)

 

The hardy Thoroughbred stayer could become a thing of the past according to researchers, after findings published this week point to the importance of the so-called “speed gene” in determining race distance.

The findings are said to end any dispute over the central role of the “speed gene”.

However, the research has relevance for the wider Thoroughbred population, given the major influence of the gene.

“Since there is just one gene that is a major player in the sprinting versus staying stakes, it is extremely vulnerable to selection pressures,” says Associate Professor of Equine Science, Emmeline Hill, who is with University College Dublin.

“This has been recognised by the concern in the industry over the potential reduction in genetic diversity by favouring precocious, commercially attractive horses.

“This concern is well justified; the staying type is at serious threat of extinction in the global population.”

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WAS SHOCKING’S MELBOURNE CUP WIN IN 2009 THE LAST TIME WE’LL SEE AN AUSTRALIAN BRED HORSE WIN THE WORLD’S / AUSTRALIA’S GREATEST STAYING RACE – THE MELBOURNE CUP???

Staying types have been found to make up less than 17% of elite race winners in Britain and Ireland and less than 7% of the Australian elite winning population.

“This is a complete reversal from the picture of genetics of the Thoroughbred 150 years ago.”

Hill says it is important that the industry incentivises the breeding and racing of stayers to ensure their ongoing viability in the industry.

Hill led the latest research into the gene, published this week in the Equine Veterinary Journal.

For the study, the genetic and race records of more than 3000 Thoroughbred racehorses who raced in Europe, Australia, South Africa and the USA were analysed. It was found that the myostatin gene, or speed gene, is the almost singular genetic determinant of a horse’s optimum race distance.

The notion of a single gene being responsible for a performance trait in Thoroughbreds has previously been challenged. However, Hill said the new study ended any dispute over the central role of the speed gene.

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“We have replicated and validated our original research findings on a massively larger scale. The power in the numbers has shown that the association of the ‘speed gene’ with race distance is as statistically strong as the most highly genetically influenced traits in humans, including eye colour and the probability of an individual going bald,” she says.

The study found that, in Europe, more than 83% of ‘speed gene’ type C:C (sprint) horses had an optimum race distance of a mile or shorter and more than 89% of T:T (staying) horses ran best over distances greater than a mile. (Full details for all regions are in Figure #1)

The trend was consistent across all race regions but the race pattern influenced the distribution of the speed gene types.

In Australia, where there is an emphasis on early two-year old speed, there were almost twice as many C:C horses among elite race winners in the population compared to Europe and North America (46% compared to 26% and 28%) and there were almost seven times as many C:Cs as T:Ts within the Australian population.

The main differences between sprinters and staying type horses has been shown to be caused by a mutation in the speed gene that alters the rate of muscle growth and fibre type differences in the muscle.

Although myostatin is the most important gene, the latest research has also identified additional genes which have moderate effects on the staying ability of a horse.

Hill says the application of genetics to decision-making about how horses were trained and raced is transforming the industry.

“Our results clearly show that using evidence-based science will lead to more accurate placing of horses in races that are best suited to their genetic potential. Horses are a product of their inherited genetic characteristics as well as the environment.

“The management of the horse is inarguably key in any horse’s success, but DNA differences are the undisputed differences that make them individuals. This genetic information is leading to horses being trained and raced for their genetic potential and is providing a clear economic advantage to owners and trainers,” she says.

Hill, who is also chief science officer at Irish equine science company Plusvital, which provides genetic testing for horses, says the company does not operate its testing services in the sales environment which could further accelerate this trend toward sprint types at the expense of stayers.

“However, it is essential that the industry incentivises the breeding and racing of stayers to reduce the pressure to breed for the sales ring.”

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MAGIC MILLIONS 2 YEAR OLD CLASSIC FINAL FIELD + BARRIERS

MAGIC MILLIONS 2 YEAR OLD CLASSIC

FINAL FIELD + BARRIERS

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No.  Horse  Barrier / Odds
1 UNITE AND CONQUER 18 / $7 
2 THE ODYSSEY 2 / $26
3 YES YES YES 21 / $7.50
4 DUBIOUS 7 / $6
5 SEBRAKATE 4 / $61
6 HIGHTAIL 19 / $17
7 CZARSON 15 / $7.50
8 EXHILARATES 9 / $6
9 BETAIMA 17 / $71
10 CHAMPAGNE BOOM 3 / $21
11 BETTER REFLECTION 14 / $101
12 GIRLS ARE READY 10 / $17
13 COURSESHEWILL 1 / $101
14 MOVIE ROLE 13 / $17
15 OH FIVE GLORY 6 / $101
16 CHAMPAGNE JET 11 / $61
17 GALA MISS (1E) 16 / $101
18 KRAMERIC (2E) 5 / $41
19 ROME (3E) 8 / $14
20 ALBURQ (4E) 20 / $201
21 LUBUK (5E) 12 / $26

HONG KONG SELECTIONS + BEST BETS: SUNDAY 06 JANUARY 2019

HONG KONG SELECTIONS

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BEST BETS

SUNDAY 06 JANUARY 2019

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RACE 1: 11.HAPPY OUT THERE

RACE 2: 5.AMBITIOUS SPEEDY

RACE 3: 1.IVICTORY*****

RACE 4: 10.NICE KICK

RACE 5: 10.ELECTRIC LIGHTNING

RACE 6: 4.INTREPIC

RACE 7: 11.STAR SUPERIOR

RACE 8: 3.YOU HAVE MY WORLD

RACE 9: 12.FOLLOW ME

RACE 10: 13.KA YING STAR

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BEST BET:

RACE 3 – 1 IVICTORY

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Racing NSW announce $7.5m ‘Golden Eagle’ at Rosehill

Racing NSW has extended the Golden brand of Rosehill announcing the $7.5 million Golden Eagle over 1500m for four-year-olds, to be run on November 2 next year.

The race will be part of a $5 million bonus series with the Golden Slipper and Golden Rose.

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A $1 million race for three-year-olds, to be named the ‘Bondi Stakes’ and run over 1600m, was also announced for October 26 – Cox Plate day.

Of the $7.5 million prize money on offer in the Golden Eagle, 10 percent will be donated to charity.

The connections of each runner will nominate a charity that has been accredited with Racing NSW and that charity will receive 10 percent of the prize money won by their horse.

Racing NSW Chief Executive Peter V’landys said he is delighted “the Eagle has landed” in western Sydney.

“The Golden Eagle will be entirely funded by new revenues to the NSW Racing Industry,” said Peter V’landys said. “I am delighted that this enables The Golden Eagle to be added as an important feature race at Rosehill and will also distribute $750,000 to charities.”

“Now having the third richest race on turf in the world behind The Everest and the France’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, Sydney’s west has the perfect day to celebrate.”

The two-year-olds haven’t been forgotten, with the $1 million Golden Gift over 1100m to be run at Rosehill on November 9. First and second place in the Gift will also grant entry into the Golden Slipper.

Break down of The Golden Eagle’s prizemoney is as follows;

Finish position Total prizemoney Charity approximately Owners/Trainer/

Jockey/Strapper

1st $4,100,000 $410,000 $3,690,000
2nd $1,500,000 $150,000 $1,350,000
3rd $750,000 $75,000 $675,000
4th $376,000 $39,000 $337,000
5th $180,000 $20,000 $160,000
6th $100,000 $10,000 $90,000
7th $100,000 $10,000 $90,000
8th $100,000 $10,000 $90,000
9th $60,000 $10,000 $50,000
10th $60,000 $10,000 $50,000
11th-16th $4,000 each $24,000 $6,000 $18,000
Equine Welfare Fund $75,000 N/a N/a
Jockeys Welfare Fund $75,000 N/a N/a
Total $7,500,000 $750,000 $6,600,000

2018 MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL GUIDE

2018 MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL GUIDE

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DEP $500 - $700 BONUS

 

 

AAMI VICTORIA DERBY DAY

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FEATURE: 3:50pm – AAMI Victoria Derby

Cup Week starts with a fusion of monochrome fashion, first-class racing and celebrations at AAMI Victoria Derby Day.

Regarded as one of the most prestigious days of racing of the spring, AAMI Victoria Derby Day features a card of nine Group races, four at the elite Group 1 level. The feature Group 1 AAMI Victoria Derby, worth over AUD $2 million, is Australia’s premier staying classic for three year olds.

Off the track, the fashion stakes are equally impressive, thanks to the Myer Fashions on the Field competition for both men and women. Ladies embrace the traditional black and white palette, while men often choose to wear a grey morning suit and top hat, creating classic racing elegance in a larger than life world of glamour and sophistication.

 

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FOUR GROUP 1’S:

  • VICTORIA DERBY

  • COOLMORE STUD STAKES

  • KENNEDY MILE

  • EMPIRE ROSE STAKES

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NOMINATIONS: http://racingaustralia.horse/FreeFields/Nominations.aspx?Key=2018Nov03,VIC,Flemington

DEP $500 - $700 BONUS

 

 

LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP DAY

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Gates open 8:30am • First race 10:50am • Last race 5:20pm

FEATURE: 3:00pm – Lexus Melbourne Cup

Australia’s greatest sporting and cultural icon, the A$7.3 million Lexus Melbourne Cup, is the feature of Cup Week, and a must-do sporting spectacle to witness live.

The excitement of being part of the front lawn and grandstands filled to the brim, the silent audience anticipating what will happen in the next three minutes, all waiting for their ‘I was at the Melbourne Cup when..’ moment.

While a racing event at its core, Cup Day transcends traditional sporting events with the combination of sport, fashion, celebrity and entertainment. With a reputation for fashion with a penchant for drama, it is the day to make your strongest fashion statement with an exotic or outrageous ensemble that matches the scale and splendor of the event.

There’s truly no other event like it.

 

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ONE GROUP 1:

  • MELBOURNE CUP

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DEP $500 - $700 BONUS

 

 

 

KENNEDY OAKS DAY

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Gates open 10:15am • First race 12:15pm • Last race 5:45pm

FEATURE: 5:00pm – Kennedy Oaks

The tradition of Kennedy Oaks Day is beauty, femininity, style and grace. It’s a day that the racegoer can embrace wonderment and escape the normal of a week day. The style is not just for the females, the men also take it up a notch, making it one of the best days of the year for men to dress up and explore fashion.

Kennedy Oaks Day’s significance on the fashion calendar is further reinforced with the crowning of the Myer Fashions on the Field Women’s Racewear national winner.

The racing highlight is the $1 million Group 1 Kennedy Oaks, which will see the best three-year-old fillies battle for victory in the ultimate test of their staying credentials.

 

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ONE GROUP 1:

  • VRC OAKS

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DEP $500 - $700 BONUS

 

 

SEPPELT WINES STAKES DAY

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Gates open 10:15am • First race 12:15pm • Last race 5:45pm

FEATURE: 4:55pm – Seppelt Mackinnon Stakes

Friends, fun and the finale of Cup Week, Seppelt Wines Stakes Day is a day at Flemington not to be missed. It’s a celebration of the week that’s just been, filled with quality racing, fashion and entertainment. Let the hair and heels down a little as the pace off the track softens for a family friendly day out.

The pace on-track doesn’t slow though with two Group 1 races. The illustrious A$2 million Group 1 Seppelt Mackinnon Stakes is the ultimate weight-for-age test for middle distance horses at Australia’s premier track, while the $1 million Group 1 VRC Sprint Classic will see some of the world’s fastest horses fly up the famous Flemington straight.

It’s also a big day for fashion’s future trendsetters with Stakes Day Fashions on the Field focusing on children and family. With a fun, friendly atmosphere, an abundance of free activities for children, as well as great racing, Seppelt Wines Stakes Day is the perfect way to finish Cup Week.

 

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TWO GROUP 1’S:

  • MACKINNON STAKES

  • VRC CLASSIC

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DEP $500 - $700 BONUS

RACING QLD: THE STRIKE IS ON- COX PLATE / MELBOURNE CUP DAYS

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After years of neglect by various Governments and with the current negotiations reaching a standstill with no sign of a positive resolution, the move to industrial action by the racing participants of Qld is unfortunately now unavoidable. All participants in Qld will stand-down on Sat October 27th (Cox Plate Day) for meetings scheduled at Doomben, Gold Coast, Toowoomba & Townsville, and then again on Tuesday 6th of November (Melbourne Cup Day) across all TAB meetings. At this stage we will keep our commitment to allow the non-TAB meeting on both these days to proceed.

 

This action has the full support of the 4 industry bodies comprising Trainers, Jockeys, Breeders & Owners and comes after a deadline yesterday for the Government failed to deliver the requested commitment to return 100% of the racing component of the Point of Consumption tax to racing. Despite claims that 100% of this new tax will be returned to racing, the clear fact is none of this will be returned to thoroughbred racing this year. Prize-money is our wages. Ten years ago our people were receiving 75% of what NSW racing delivered in Prize-money and now Queensland sits at 45%, and as all the other states embrace this new betting tax this gap will only widen further.

 

The significant financial investment from this new “betting tax” given by the other States into their racing industries, is in stark contrast to what is shown in Queensland and whilst this industrial action is certainly not the industry participants preferred response, the Governments lack of understanding of the importance of the current situation in Queensland, leaves us with no alternative.

 

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NEDS TOOLBOX: SERIOUS TOOLS FOR SERIOUS PUNTERS

NEDS TOOLBOX

SERIOUS TOOLS FOR SERIOUS PUNTERS

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NEDS DEPOSIT $60 GET $120 BONUS

It’s Spring Racing Carnival time, so all the bookies are keen for your punting dollar. You’ve no doubt already started seeing all the promos and new offers on their way to you.

 

Neds are no different, and have put a bunch of new promo tools together for what they’re calling the Neds Punters Toolbox. So let’s have a quick look, and try to work out if they’ll be of any use to us.

 

These sort of tools are interesting. Ultimately, as a more serious punter, you’ll have more than a few different accounts, probably use odds comparison, and just go where the best price it.

 

But with the way the market is these days, with most of the bookies just copying each other’s prices, promo tools can certainly extract a bit more value by getting you a better price or some other benefit.

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Jump Off

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This looks to be largely the same as The Fold, which Sportsbet launched last year.

Basically, you just have the race field open, and you can cancel a fixed-odds bet in the run… so if your horse misses the jump or is travelling poorly, you can hit the button and the bet is cancelled and your stake returned.

 

It’s unclear at the moment how many ‘Jump Offs’ you get each day. The max bet size for Jump Off is $500.

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Backup

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Haven’t seen one like this before… it gives you a ‘backup’ runner. If you have a fixed-odds bet, you can select another horse in the race as your ‘backup’.

If your original bet runs second to your backup runner, you get your stake back up to $500.

 

It looks like not a bad tool – a lot of punters take savers anyway, and this is a form of saver. But you have to remember, it’s only if your bet finishes second to the backup runner – not if it runs further back in the field.

 

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Fluc Up

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This one is just a bit of insurance if you back something that immediately drifts.

Once you have a fixed-odds bet, if the fixed price drifts in the next five minutes (so it’s good for late punters), you can hit the button and your bet odds are updated to the next highest quote.

 

That’s a good tool that has the potential to land you some extra cash.

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NEDS DEPOSIT $60 GET $120 BONUS

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Price Boost

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This is a familiar one that most bookies now offer under some name – have a fixed-odds bet and you’ll have the option to hit the Price Boost button, and get a higher dividend.

 

These boosts are always welcome and if you have access to plenty of bookies, you can use them all across lot of races and really get a good kick along for the day.

The Neds Price Boost works up to stakes of $1000, which is a really good limit. How much your Price Boost is always remains a mystery – it’ll depend on a lot of things like your stake, your price and how good a punter you are!

You have to hit the button to find out… but it’s a free whack, which you can’t complain about!

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